Seattle University is involved with a variety of different programs and research throughout the world.
This program supports new initiatives that will make an ongoing contribution to the global mission of Seattle University. The primary focus is on developing and funding faculty-led study that engages SU students in meaningful experiential learning with NGO partners in international locations. Experiential international learning gives students hands-on, practical experience so that they develop the capabilities to understand and adapt to an international environment, such as service learning, applied projects, and internships. These grants are made possible by a generous donor. This program is coordinated by the Office of Global Engagement and the Global Advisory Team, a committee of representatives from each college/school and partner offices across campus. Awards are funded by designated grant money. To find out more and apply for a Global Grant, see the Global Grants call for proposals and application form.
Seattle University faculty, staff, and students engage in different research and teaching projects in many different countries in the world. These projects include student and faculty Fulbright Scholars, programs funded internally by our own Global Grant program, and collaborative exchange programs with our partner universities across the globe.
This map shows some of the different projects and programs involving Seattle University faculty, staff, and students. Although it is not complete or comprehensive, it illustrates the nature and breadth of SU's global outreach.